Where is Jeremy Chardy vs Cristian Garin taking place? Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris, France
When is Jeremy Chardy vs Cristian Garin on and what time does it start? Thursday 31st October, 2019 - note before 10:00 (UK)
What channel is Jeremy Chardy vs Cristian Garin on? This match will not be televised live in the UK
Where can I stream Jeremy Chardy vs Cristian Garin? Amazon Prime subscribers can stream the match live via their platform
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Last meeting: Jeremy Chardy beat Cristian Garin 6-4, 6-4
- World number 65 Jeremy Chardy did what no one other than Rafael Nadal has managed in recent times and beat Daniil Medvedev, the best player on tour right now, in an amazing comeback win in the second round of the Paris Masters.
- The 32-year-old has had some luck in the men’s doubles draw with his partner Fabrice Martin as they have received a bye to the round of 16 so he can recover following his heroics and focus on the singles campaign.
- Chardy has an excellent opportunity to reach the quarter-finals here against Cristian Garin whom he has played twice already this year, beating him the last time out in Sweden but losing in Houston before that, both on clay.
- Cristian Garin has now won two matches at the Paris Masters without conceding a set and did it the hard away against 15th seed John Isner in two gruelling tiebreaks in their second-round match.
- The 23-year-old Chilean has not been having the most stellar time on the hard courts but interestingly enough has now beaten both John Isner and Pablo Cuevas twice each since the beginning of August.
- World number 42 Garin has won two ATP titles this year and has beaten his next opponent once on clay but the pair have not met each other on hard courts yet in four previous meetings.
The tennis world was stunned by Jeremy Chardy’s defeat of the most in-form player out there right now in Daniil Medvedev, although it could be argued that losing a big winning streak and an extra few days’ rest will do wonders for the Russian’s ATP Finals chances. Nonetheless, Chardy was excellent in front of an adoring home crowd and will now garner all the more support for his efforts in knocking out many people’s favourite for the title here. Cristian Garin tends to blow hot and cold but there is no denying his talent after his second defeat of big John Isner on a hard court this season. Chardy has now played three matches, including a qualifier, where he has had to come back to win, but however he does it this time, he should see the quarter-finals here.